Adult Safeguarding: a care leader’s guide

By Lynne Phair
foreword by Melvyn Eastman

Supporting leaders in strategic and operational roles to safeguard adults who have no voice, through assertive leadership and focusing on the prevention of organisational abuse.

Making sure residents in care homes are safe - and feel safe - is the major responsibility every care leader faces. It is a responsibility that has been highlighted by recent scandals and made more challenging by legislative changes. This book therefore provides a short, practical summary of what care leaders need to know and think about as they go about their everyday work.

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